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... to take classes to improve their communication skills. What if a new President encourages cohabiting parents to marry? Most unwed births are to cohabiting parents. Yet government ...
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... ," of a husband and wife and two kids. Due to divorce and cohabitation only a third of Americans now live in a nuclear family. It is ...
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... were exploitative, some abusive and all the others were promiscuous.' Research shows that cohabiting couples are also more likely to be abusive and commit'adultery' than married ...
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... parts of Utah's polygamy laws are unconstitutional. He said the law's prohibition of "cohabitation," which the law used to describe polygamous relationships, violates the First ...
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... divorce rates in Europe, double that of France or Germany. Further, Britain's cohabitation and out-of-wedlock rates are even higher than the U.S. British research reveals that ...
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... unpredictable and unstable. Therefore, they are two to three times more likely to cohabit than to marry. They fear their future marriage will lack love, trust ...
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... the man prove worthy.. If women as a group exercise more sexual self-restraint and eschew cohabitation, men will be compelled to court them.' But if chastity makes sense ...
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... 48 percent since 1970. Those groups with the greatest capacity to reduce divorce and cohabitation rates- churches and synagogues- are unlikely to apply for this federal aid ...
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... the world. The marriage rate has plunged 50 percent since 1970. Why? Cohabitation has diverted tens of millions from getting married. There were 21 million never-married ...
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... and praised the Lord Jesus Christ." Pastor Sullivan took a courageous stand on cohabitation. One Sunday he preached, "We have couples in this church who ...
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